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Green Spring Station Welcomes Cupcake Boutique

Cupcake Boutique now calls Green Spring Station home.

By Kelsey Marden | December 1, 2014, 5:01 pm

-Courtesy of Cupcake Boutique
Charmed Life

Green Spring Station Welcomes Cupcake Boutique

Cupcake Boutique now calls Green Spring Station home.

By Kelsey Marden | December 1, 2014, 5:01 pm

-Courtesy of Cupcake Boutique

After nine years in Fells Point, Cupcake, one of the area's favorite women's boutiques has relocated to Green Spring Station (occupying the space that once housed Sporting Life).

For city dwellers nervous about the move—don’t fret! Owner Lisa Schatz assures her loyal following that Green Spring Station is super close (plus there's free parking!). “Our downtown customers will enjoy a visit to Green Spring Station. It’s a short hop up 83, parking is plentiful and free, and there are so many other cute places to shop, and great places to eat,” she says.

The locally-owned store will feel right at home joining other small businesses such as Becket Hitch, Wee Chic, and Trillium. “Green Spring Station has a focus on unique, local merchants that give our customers a distinctive shopping experience,” said Tom Peddy of Foxleigh Enterprises, owner of Green Spring Station. “We are certainly a shopping destination and think the expanded choices Cupcake provides will be very well received by our customers.”




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